Security Officer Pamela Wheeler has been with the Maryland Capitol Police for almost 23 years. Security Officer Wheeler works the midnight shift at the Baltimore Division, and reports to work on time every night and always likes to report to work at least 10-15 minutes earlier so she can be ready for her post. Security Officer Wheeler relies on public transportation and due to the Covid-19 she uses Uber to come to work and she still arrived to work early or on-time. Security Officer Wheeler is someone who you can count on to accomplish assignment. For example, before the pandemic Security Officer Wheeler volunteer to work overtime at MTA office in 6 St. Paul building. Plus, accepting overtime and additional posts to cover unexpected vacancies to safeguard the Baltimore complex. Security Officer Wheeler continue to thrive on to assist the department and other members in the team. Especially, during the Covid-19 pandemic the Maryland Capitol Police provided additional safety measures to protect every persons in the State of Maryland Complex. Security Officer Wheeler did not hesitate and she immediately volunteered to work overtime with others sometime immediately after her regular duty from the midnight shift. She continued to assist and accomplished the mission by accepting additional assignment such as the Covid-19 questionnaires and additional posts to ensure the MCP staffs and the State of Maryland employees are safe when they entering into the facility.